there wasn't really much to cut between them. there were details on various things but in terms of a strategy, i thought they were pretty similar, wasn't it? >> well, clearly the governor embraced the strong and decisive policies that the president over the last three and a half years, but if you follow and i know you have, piers, the campaign, the 20 debates the republicans have, governor romney staked out far, far, far more conservative positions on a whole host of issues, including osama bin laden. take you back to the 2008 race. governor romney's on record as saying he would not move heaven and earth to go after osama bin laden. last night, he embraced the policy of the president going after and rooting out al qaeda around the world. on afghanistan, it bears repeating, on afghanistan, up until just several weeks ago, up until last night, actually, governor romney has embraced a policy that says the president is somehow being weak in terms of setting a timeline to get out of afghanistan. last night, out of nowhere, he fully embraced the president's policy of handing over authority by the end of 2014.